Director of Talent Acquisition
Leah Delisle is a recruiter for Gibson Arnold & Associates for the Denver Metro Area as well as national firms.
Leah grew up in the seacoast town of Hampton, New Hampshire, where she swam and walked to the beach on a weekly basis. She also grew up in country life in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire so she grew to have an equal affinity for the White Mountains.
Leah earned her undergraduate degree in English and minor in Writing from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. She then went on to achieve her Masters in Education with a specialization in Higher Education from Ashford University, based in San Diego, California.
Leah has worked in multiple industries that focused on customer service, advising, relationship management, recruiting, and sales. She is a strong believer in networking, building and maintaining relationships, and empowering her clients to help them realize their full potential. Leah is also an advocate for Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace and has helped shape employee resource groups through grassroots organization. Leah understands that every person she interacts with can be an opportunity for growth, learning, or making life-long connections.
Leah moved to the Mile High City in 2009 and her love of the mountains, hiking, camping, yoga, bike riding, rock climbing, and skiing have kept her here ever since. She also likes to read, take care of her pets Gypsy and Chewy, indulge in her “inner foodie” and go out to restaurants, spend time with friends, go see live music and attend music festivals, practice hand drums and piano, facilitate reiki healing sessions, and travel.
“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” Gandalf the Grey (J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring)
“I think empathy is really important, and I think only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our full potential.” Jane Goodall
“The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn but to unlearn.” Gloria Steinem